PreK works to trap the gingerbread man.
“Oh my gosh, we were cooking a gingerbread man and he got away!” The chase began when cafeteria worker Katrina Leeper announced the dilemma to Ms. Russell’s prekindergarten class in January. In the following weeks, the . . .
Headstart students seek the cow on the moon.
Hey, diddle, diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon; The little dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon. Exciting things are happening in the Headstart class as the students . . .
CISD works to answer the questions of today's high stakes world.
How do we improve our students’ learning? How do we push to improve the way we educate our students when we already do a good job? How do we tell if our students are really being prepared for life beyond high school? With the high . . .
Clarendon Bronco football makes history.
The 2017 season for the Bronco football team was, to say the least, a surprise. Most people expected only one or two playoff games before the end of the season. But this football team surpassed expectations by going four rounds into the . . .
The Clarendon ISD website now has picture galleries.
As a new feature this year, the website will have picture galleries posted for athletic events in junior high and high school. Other events may be added throughout the year. Navigation to the pictures is achieved by clicking on Athletics . . .
CISD students receive recognition.
For the third year, Superintendent Mike Norrell recognizes the Servant Leaders at CISD. Each month, one student from each grade level is chosen by the teachers and principals as an outstanding example of student leaders. These are students . . .
Junior high students explore the “One Word” of the year.
The definition of chaos is “complete disorder and confusion.” The definition of structure is “construct or arrange according a plan.” During the first “Structure Kickoff” assembly, CJH students started . . .
Elementary GT Students make huge contribution to fellow Texans
The fact that Clarendon is over 500 miles from Houston has not deterred the Elementary Gifted and Talented students from wanting to help their peers in a time of need. Houston and the surrounding area was devastated by the effects of . . .